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Picture of Redemption by Guest Blogger Indira Sandoval

By Guest Blogger Indira Sandoval, MWP Child Sponsor Make Way Partners has meant so very much to my family and I through out the years.  Ever since I heard Kimberly on Focus on the Family 5 years ago I fell head over heels for MWP.  I love the mission of reaching the most vulnerable in our world today:…

A Rain of Bombs in the Nuba Mountains

In today’s media environment–which is fed by our society’s short-attention span–genuine atrocities often receive nothing more than a 140-character blip posted next to a picture of what our friends had for lunch. Most of us pay more attention to the el menu del dia than life and death crises such as the long-running genocide against the Sudanese. All the…

A Rain of Bombs in the Nuba Mountains

In today’s media environment–which is fed by our society’s short-attention span–genuine atrocities often receive nothing more than a 140-character blip posted next to a picture of what our friends had for lunch. Most of us pay more attention to the el menu del dia than life and death crises such as the long-running genocide against the Sudanese. All the…

Prayers for Baby Jane

Wednesday is my favorite day of the week because it is the day that each of our indigenous leaders calls me with a weekly update on our orphans. I just hung up the phone with Romano. Life at Hope for South Sudan (HFSS) couldn’t be much better! Thanks to some very generous giving, we recently purchased…

Life Transforming Compassion

During my recent visit to the heart of the war in Nuba Mountains of Sudan, I visited Gidel hospital, the only fully operational hospital in our region serving soldiers, laboring mothers running from bombs, and amputee orphans (like our own little Rabi)…

Bombs Falling Near Our Father’s Cleft

While I was in Nuba Mountains, Sudan, in March the governor gave me permission to supply our team on the ground with satellite phones, as long as they were U.S. based versus the kind normally used in Africa that the Arabs also use for tracking. Still, Ayoub, MWP indigenous leader of Our Father’s Cleft, rarely turns…

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Endorsements

From her camp in the desert Kimberly L. Smith pulls back the canvas of her tent to show us the good, the bad and the ugly of our world today…

Tomi Lee “T.L.” Grover, PhD Anti-trafficking consultant and founder of TraffickStop.org

Reading this book will propel us all beyond our self-imposed boundaries, to the ultimate risk of finding and following Christ’s call for our own lives.

Rev. Dr. Lauran Bethell Global consultant, Ministries with Victims of Human Trafficking and Prostitution

This is more than a well-written, powerful, and inspiring story… This book is contagious.

Dr. Gary Fenton Senior pastor, Dawson Family of Faith and Dawson Memorial Baptist Church

The greatest stories aren’t about undaunted characters who overcome their greatest foes but about unlikely characters who overcome their greatest fears. Kimberly Smith is one of those characters. And this is one of those stories.

Ken Gire Author of Moments with the Savior, Windows of the Soul, and The North Face of God

What you read in this book will be used of God to motivate you to action on behalf of vulnerable children around the world. In the process, as you walk with Kimberly, you may also find perspective, forgiveness and healing in your own life.

Randy Alcorn Author of Heaven and If God is Good

I read her book on the flight home. I began weeping in the first half hour and I was mesmerized and captured for 5 hours straight. The book haunted me.

Dr. Dan Allender Author of To Be Told and Founding President of Mars Hill Graduate School

Kimberly Smith voluntarily walks through the gates of hell. If you can read her accounts without being affected, you should check for a pulse.

Philip Yancey Author of What Good is God? and What's So Amazing about Grace




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